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Agro-Fabric Pro 19 Row Cover

13 reviews

SOLD BY THE FOOT - 10 Foot Minimum.

Essential for frost-sensitive vegetables, berries and container plants, this lightweight material provides up to 2-4 degree F of frost protection to extend your growing season. This floating row cover establishes a stable microclimate by capturing extra heat during the day and then slowing the loss of heat at night from the soil. The fabric "floats" directly over the crops without suffocating, crushing or breaking delicate plants. It's porous to air, water and nutrients, transmits 95% of light and is UV stable to protect your crops even more. Agrofabric is a continuous filament Polypropylene made into a non-woven fabric measuring 6' wide. 10 Foot minimum purchase quantity.

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JD
01/01/2021
John D.
United States United States
Frost Free

Nice large frost protector. Great quality.

LH
11/05/2020
Lucy H.
United States United States
Agro-Fabric Pro 19 Row Cover

My shopping experience was great-a helpful woman on the phone. The row cover worked well at protecting lettuce seedlings from the sun. Hopefully it will serve again when the days get cold.

KS
07/21/2020
Kate S.
United States United States
Happy gardener

great product good price and local, what more could you want.

MF
07/09/2020
Mark F.
United States United States
Fine Product

It is what is suppose to be

LS
06/15/2020
Linda S.
United States United States
Agro Fabric

I really like Pinetree, their products and great prices. Service is very prompt. I like the Agro Fabric to keep the bugs off the broccoli, but it gets very windy here sometimes and it blows off. Even with rocks holding it down. I will find a way! Thanks